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The Jewish outlook. (Denver, Colo.) 1903-1913, July 28, 1905, Image 8

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Mr. Heine Bensev has returned to Chi
cago.
Mrs. Henry Altman of Cheyenne is at the
Brown.
Miss Bertha. Herman of Pueblo has re
turned home.
Mr. Albert Herman of Pueblo was in the
city last week.
Mr. Sam Wisebart will leave shortly for
the Portland fair.
Mr. Nathan Rothschild has returned
from his eastern trip.
Mr. Sigfried Samuels of Atlanta returned
home last Wednesday.
Mrs. Goldsticker and daughter of Dallas
are visiting in the city.
Mr. M. K. Meyers of Colorado Springs
spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. I. Rothschild of Greeley spent a few
days in the citv last week.
Rabbi C. H. Kauvar left Saturday for
the East to pass the summer.
Miss Amy Solomon is spending a few
weeks at Innsmont, Colorado.
Dr. William Hilkowit/. of Cincinnati is
visiting his relatives in Denver.
Mrs. Peil and Mrs. Rosewater have gone
to Estes Park for a short outing.
Post for Photos. 120 G Fifteenth
street and 010 Sixteenth street.
The Misses Hoffman of Leavenworth.
Kansas, were visitors in the city last week.
Mr. Bert Mansbaeh of Trinidad, Colo
rado, stopped off in this city Monday en
route east.
Nicely furnished rooms en suite or single
with excellent table board at Jacobson’s,
13G1 South Fourteenth street.
Mrs. Oppenstein and daughter Mamie of
Kansas City, formerly of Denver, are visiting
in the citv.
Mrs. Irma Levy Cohen of Providence,
Rhode Island, is visiting friends and rela
tives in the citv.
Rabbi and Mrs. E. Schrelber of Chicago
will be with Mr. and Mrs. Myer Freidman
after August Ist.
Mr. Bruno S. Grosser, who has been visit
ing in the East for the past ten days, has re
turned to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Michaels of Leavenworth
spent a few days of last week with their
mother, Mrs. Haas.
French dry-cleaning and dyeing of fancy
goods, laces and feathers. Miss M. Schwei
ger, GlO 18tli street. Phone Main 17G5.
Miss Haffenberg of Chicago, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. James Zudich,
has returned home.
The Progress Club gave its monthly en
tertainment Wednesday for the ladies, many
visitors being present.
J. Marinoff, first-class cutter and maker
of gentlemen’s garments. A full line of
woolens just received. IGIG Glenarm street.
Lehman & Stewart, Denver’s leading
fire insurance and financial agents, 1541
Champa street.
Miss Sadye Cohen entertained a number
of visiting young ladies at Elitch’s lact Fri
day. The symphony concert was very
much enjoyed.
LOCAL ITEMS
I'HE JEWISH OUTLOOK
Mr. A. E. Simon, a prominent young mer
chant. of Alexandria. Louisiana, is spending
the summer in the state.
Mrs. L. M. Emerich of Kansas City is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schlesin
ger, 132 S Franklin street.
Mrs. Leo Epstein and daughter, Mar
garette, of New York are visiting Mrs. 1.
Epstein, 430 Twenty-ninth street.
Miss Julia E. Mandelbaum and Miss
Sophie Sperling went down to Manitou
Wednesday for a few days’ outing.
The Jewish hospital acknowledges the
donation of clothing from Schradsky & Co..
Mr. E. Monash and Mr. George Schoen.
Rabbi Spitz and family of St. Louis
stopped over for a day on their way to
Manitou, where they will spend the sum
mer.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weil and Louis Baer
of Owensboro, Kentucky, passed through
Denver on their wav home from the Port
land fair.
B. Schradsky, Denver’s well known
merchant tailor, IGOI Larimer, for sty
lish clothes.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kirschstein have re
turned from their wedding tri-p and will he
at home at 514 East Twenty-first street af
ter August 15th.
Scalp treatment for tailing hair. Hair
dressing. Manicuring, for men, women and
children. Artesian water. Haines’ Hair
Store, C2l Sixteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius E. Hellturn of Emi
nence, Kentucky, a charming young bridal
couple spending their honeymoon in Colo
rado, were visitors in the city last week.
Mr. Harry Altman will leave about the Ist
to join his uncle, Mr. Henry Altman, and
cousin, Mr. Joseph Wasserman, on a trip
through Yellowstone Park and to the Port
land fair.
The German-American Trust Company,
1430 Sixteenth street; capital, $300,000; gen
eral hanking and trust business; fire insur
ance, loans and investments; four per cent,
on time deposits.
Mr. Solomon Voorsanger and daughter,
Jeannette, of San Francisco have arrived in
Denver, where they intend to make their
future home. Mrs. Voorsanger will join
them later.
Governor McDonald has appointed Isaac
Hoffman of Leadville a delegate to repre
sent Colorado at the Trans-Mississippi Com
mercial Congress, which meets in Portland
August 16th to 19th.
Martin J. Jackson, artist, designer; stu
dio 1032 Fourteenth street. College of Music;
original water-colors and oils framed for
$5 up. Visitors cordially welcome; instruc
tion given.
Miss Jeanette Posner entertained Sun
day evening, July 23rd, in honor of Miss
Freidberg and Miss Brooks of New York
and Miss Stein of Ogden. A very pleasant
evening was enjoyed bv all.
A public examination of the children at
tending the Jewish school took place Sunday,
July 23rd, at 3 p. m.. at the vestry rooms
of the B. M. H., Twenty-fourth and Curtis.
There was a large attendance and the chil
dren gave a very creditable exhibition of pro
gress in their studies.
Mrs. Weinberg o£ 1334 Marion
street has as her guest her sister,, Miss
Estelle Wilson of Chicago anti Miss Franci
han Malsh. They will be at home to their
friends Friday afternoon and evening of
July 28th.
J. H. Arkush, fire, life and accident
insurance; telephone 2863; 304 and 305
Appel building, Sixteenth and Larimer
streets. *
Miss Tina Gabarsky entertained Thurs
day afternoon in honor of several visiting
young ladies. Bridge whist was played.
The first prize was won by Miss Lula Appel,
the second by Miss Ada Backlowitz, the
guest prize by Miss Rose Abrahams.
Schwayder wishes to announce that
he has the best line of trunks and travel
ing biigs in the city, at Fifteenth and
Curtis streets.
While on your vacation is a good time
to have your house decorated. Select the
wall paper from our large stock of artistic
patterns before you go away, and we'll have
your rooms fresh and new for you by the
time you get home again.
Mr. Fred Anfenger gave a theater party
at Elitch’s Wednesday evening, followed by
luncheon at the Adams roof garden, in
honor of Mrs. Neeman of Dallas. Those in
the party were Misses Hattie and Sippie
Davidson. Miss Maybelle Herman, Dr.
Krohn, Mr. Ben Levy, Mr. Fred Anfenger.
The fifth annual picnic of Denver Lodge
171, I. O. B. 8.. will be held at Dome Rock
Sunday, July 30th. Elaborate arrangements
have been made to make this picnic more
successful than any of its predecessors.
Many entertaining features have been ar
ranged. The price of tickets will be $1 and
for children between five and twelve years
50 cents. The picnic is for the members of
the order and ladies only. The entertain
ment committee consists of Mr. Fred C. An
fenger, chairman, Ben H. Levy and Al
Fisher.
The splendid affair given by Mrs. Jacob
Schloss, Mrs. Rose Altman, Mrs. S. M.
Stern, Mrs. J. S. Stern. Mrs. Gerald Schles
singer and Mrs. M. L. Stern at the Adams
hotel in honor of Mrs. Joseph Fink of
Helena. Arkansas, and Mrs. Sigfried Sam
uels of Atlanta, Georgia, was one of the
most delightful affairs of the season. Every
thing was done to make It a perfect suc
cess. No pains had been spared. About
135 ladies, most exquisitely gowned in
light and airy costumes, assembled in the
large and ample dining room. The round
tables for luncheon were prettily decorated
alternately in fairy lamps and flower
mounds, pink and green being the color
scheme; an honored guest or hostess pre
siding at each table. The scene was one
of grace and beauty to be treasured in the
memory as a garden of the choicest flow
ers. Of course the luncheon was delicious,
but what gave zest to all was the bright
and happy spirit of the charming hostesses,
so that everyone was in the best of spirits
and the most interesting conversation
could be heard at every table. After lunch
eon the guests repaired to the cool and re
freshing roof garden, where cards were the
social diversion for quite a time. The
prizes were won by Mrs. Alfred Patek, first
prize, Mrs. Lesser second prize, Mrs. Sam
uels of Atlanta consolation prize, Mrs. New
house of Kansas City guest’s prize. No
ticeable among the out-of-town guests were
Mrs. Jacob Fink of Helena, Arkansas, Mrs.
Sigfreid Samuels of Atlanta, Georgia; Mrs.
Charles E. Cohen of Providence, Rhode Is-

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